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. nbc meteorologist dylan dryer is here with a look at the forecast track. good morning to you, dylan. >> good morning, alex. we are talking about this storm. it has weakened. but that doesn't change anything. this is still going to be a major storm. especially for the mid-atlantic region. it is downgraded to a tropical storm right now and notice its movement. it's moving north/northeast at about 10 miles per hour. it is going to take a turn to the northwest on monday. we're talking about this storm staying so far out to sea and it is going to have such a big impact on the east coast. for now it is a very large storm. you can see the heaviest of the rain is still out over the water. we are starting to see some of the outer rain bands producing lighter rain along the beaches of north carolina and south carolina. and it is going to take this path, following parallel to the eastern seaboard. but look at this setup. we have a stalled front to our west, and we have a huge area of high pressure to the northeast. that's actually going to cause this storm to go in between the two, and monday
next september. that's the news. now back to jenna and dylan. we wish her the very best. good news for her. >> courtney, thank you very much. >>> dylan dreyer is here with a check on the weather. hi, dylan. >> it's pretty nice out. >> anyway, so thanks for your time. we're going to take a short break. oh, so there's other things to talk about. go right ahead. unlike you, i have more to talk about today. >> oh! she's been here like three weeks, and she is digging me. go right in there. welcome. >>> we are going to see pretty nice weather across the country. a few scattered showers across portions of northern dakotas but we are keeping an eye out for a big storm to move into the west coast tomorrow from central california up into oregon. we could end up with some of the mountain regions are over a foot of snow especially above 5,500 feet. the rest of the country today does look nice and quiet. that's a look at the weather across the country. >>> our temperatures around the bay area this morning, chilly. we lost low clouds so we have low 40s around the north bay. mid 40s san jose. one
you very much. and we're going to get the rest of the nation's weather forecast from dylan dreyer in just a few minutes. but now we want to go back to lester in richmond, virginia. >>> all right, jenna, thanks. now to the presidential race and the election just nine days away. have virginia is one of the few states that just might hold the keys to the white house. it has 13 electoral votes and as of now it seems to be anybody's race. the new "washington post" poll shows president obama in the lead by four points but a fox news poll conducted last week has mitt romney ahead by two. keep in mind both leads are within the margins of error. in the past three elections voters here in virginia have picked the winning candidate so it's clear the road to 1600 pennsylvania avenue may run straight through the state of virginia. it wasn't all that long ago that virginia was better known for its civil war battlegrounds than its political ones. for ten straight presidential elections the republican candidate came out on top, but then in 2008, virginia voters went for barack obama. >> virginia!
with dylan. he is 19 years old. he was allegedly out partying getting drunk with friends when this murder, i'm going to call it a murder. i think it is a murder happened. and also while out on bond, nancy, before this sentence was handed down he was busted for drunk driving. this is a young man who just doesn't understand the consequences of what he does. >> all right. he is a killer. let's just take that for what it's worth. but i want to talk about the judge in this case. district court judge douglas walker. out to jennifer morgan. tnn, denver joining us. what do we cknow about this judge? >> the judge had sympathy for dylan and his family. that's the main thing we can take away from this. >> i couldn't hear you. i've got new york talking in my ear. the judge what? >> the judge had sympathy for dylan and his family. that's the main thing we're taking away. he had sympathy through the testimony and because of this, the judge did not want him to spend time in jail because he said that he would more than likely become a repeat offender. >> wait, wait, wait. the judge didn't want him to send h
let's bring in nbc's meteorologist dylan drier. dylan, where is the eye of the storm right now? >> well, the eye of the storm is actually moving on shore in the atlantic city, northern delaware city and we still have this storm as a strong storm with a very low central pressure. we have been talking about this storm as far as as it being historic event. and with the millibar levels now at 940, that is the lowest central pressure for a hurricane we have ever seen in this region especially. so we are looking at a very intense storm. it means it is a very strong, intense storm, and we're obviously seeing the effects of that. the problem is, in a normal situation you would track the eye of the storm, it would make its way onshore and you would look right where the eye is because that's where you're going to see the strongest winds. we are in a different situation because the hurricane force winds extend 100 miles at least out from the center of this storm and the tropical storm force winds extend hundreds of miles out from the center of the storm. it's turning into this hybrid now.
meteorologist dylan dryer. dylan, we had this new advisory released just about an hour ago. what's the news in it? >> the news is there haven't been too many changes. it is still a hurricane one category at this time. but we are just noticing the track budges ever so slightly with the newer updates. now instead of a direct hit right near atlantic city, new jersey, instead now it is down into delaware. look at the watches and warnings all across the eastern seaboard. obviously most out over the water but included in that northeastern south carolina, the east coast of north carolina, and eventually those will be extended up into virginia and new jersey as well. so winds are at 75 miles per hour, but notice the path of the storm still moving north-northeast at now 9 miles per hour. it still has to take this turn to the northwest which isn't expected until about monday. but look at the size of this storm. it's huge. and we are going to see this storm continue to affect areas all across the eastern seaboard pretty much at the same time. when we're talking about the effects of new york city and l
events for virginia. sandy is expected to spawn heavy rain, storm surge, and eventually snow. dylan dryer has it all. a big report. >> a big report on a big storm, alex. it extends basically the size of it from boston to charlotte, north carolina. that say huge storm, and when it makes its wayon sho on onshore, affect that length of coastline. major events across the eastern seaboard. still a category to 1 storm. the 11:00 a.m. report has not changed. 573 miles directly south of new york city. it is still going to take that turn to the northwest and right now, we are already seeing wind gusts in salisbury, maryland, 33 miles per hour. 43 miles per hour gusts, and 45 to 55 across northeastern north carolina. that high is still locked in place, that cold front to our west is still stalled. that means that storm is still going to take that turn to the northwest. it's inevitable at this point and could make landfall as a category 1 storm or a post tropical storm. again, what it is is not that important. what you need to know is that this is a powerful storm and it is going to be at its peak m
dylan and rami first america funds fee for a while. >> they say they can't even remember why they broke up. ♪ >> jakob dylan and rami jaffee are playing the first music they've written in seven years. songs from their new album. along with their drummer from the red hot chili peppers they are getting ready to go on the road and clearly enjoying their reunion. >> now you're back. is this the beginning of -- >> this is the beginning of the next beginning of the other end of the first beginning. we don't conceptualize how far it will go. we take it one step at a time and here we are again. ♪ >> to understand their true beginnings you have to go back two decades. there's a photo behind you of a fire of a building. >> we played a bunch of shows around town. >> a theme that began on an unusual change. canter's deli. >> that was gate. the beer was $1.50. people liked that a lot. we were young. we were hungry. >> nothing was organized. songs would fall apart halfway through because no one knew how it ended. it wasn't rehearsed. they just winged it. ♪ >> but the crowds grew from 30 to 300
greatest pop songs of all time. we haven't heard from jacob dylan and the band for a while but they're back together. >> they just put out a new cd this week and as bill whitaker reports, they say they can't even remember why they broke up. ♪ ♪ >> jacob dylan and rami jaffee are playing songs from their new album "glad all over," along with drummer jack irons of the red hot chili peppers, they're getting ready to go on the road and clearly enjoying their reunion. >> reporter: now you're back is this the beginning of -- >> this is the beginning of the next of the other end. >> i don't think we conceptualize how far it needs to go or wants to go. we take it one step at a time and here we are again. ♪ ♪ >> reporter: but to understand their true beginnings, you have to go back two decades. >> there's a photo behind you of a building on fire when we were 20. >> we played at a bunch of shows around town and began a scene. >> a scene that began on an unusual stage, canter's deli known for serving up rock and rye in the kibbets room. we were young we were hu
the crown. now back to lester, andrea and dylan. there is a little bit of drama. lady liberty has her new crown, just got a nip and tuck, but she says everyone in new york is talking about this other character sandy and she doesn't know why. >> everyone has plastic surgery these days. dylan dreyer is here with a check of the forecast. >> the rest of the country is dealing with a cold front. a steering current that's going to draw in sandy as we go into monday. you could see we will see some showers across the eastern great lakes. the middle of the country much cooler than normal. temperatures about 10 degrees below average. that's a look at t >> and that's your latest weather. andrea? >>> and now health news. we've known for decades smoking is bad for you. but now the biggest study ever about the risk for smoking for women shows just how important it is to quit. the latest from robert bazell. >> reporter: 28-year-old amanda garcia just joined a program to try to quit her smoke a day smoking pattern. a smoker since age 15. she always thought about quitting. >> i don't think i was ever read
a picture you paint there, al. thanks very much. dylan dreyer is going to have the rest of the nation's forecast coming up in a few minutes. but first, here's andrea. >>> tropical storm sandy has already affected the race for the white house. governor mitt romney and vice president joe biden each cancled planned weekend appearances in virginia. ron is traveling with mitt romney. >> reporter: all eyes on sandy, including these two presidential campaigns. over the next ten days, expect to see the president and governor romney hit these battleground states hard, including ohio, perhaps the most critical of them all. it could ultimately decide who wins this race. yesterday, governor romney held two events in the buckeye state, including a rousing rally with paul ryan last night in north canton, ohio. the campaign says about 8,000 people showed up for that event, braving some pretty brisk temperatures outside last night. now, he still has some work to do here. the latest cnn poll has the president up 50 to 46, four points. that's about half of what the lead was just a few weeks ago. govern
, jenna and dylan. my teenage heart is broking a little. >> a lot of weddings been going on lately. >> speaking of italy, someone just got back from italy. dylan dryer just got back from your honeymoon. >> why do you think we planned italy? >> the place to go. >> congratulations to you. >> i was too nervous to say hi. thank you very much. it is nice to be back here, you know, kind of settle back in. i was here for a couple weeks and disappeared for awhile. so now i'm back. we are talking about some pretty nice weather. we do have a couple of rain showers through the northeast. we do have this upper level low that is spinning in some cooler temperatures, showers through the great lakes. where there's a dip in the jet stream, there's a ridge in the jet stream, too. look at the heat building in through areas of the dakotas. north dakota about 15 degrees above normal. really warm stuff. that is going to spread eastward into the great lakes into tomorrow. heavy rain across cape cod this morning that's going to exit. turns into a nice day across the northeast. and it is sunny down in tex
italy. dylan dreyer, you just got back from your honeymoon. >> why to you think we planned italy? j.t. was there. >> congratulations, by the way. >> i was too nervous to say hi. thank you very much. it is nice to be back here, settle back in. i was here for a couple weeks and then just disappeared for a while, so now i'm back. pretty nice weather. we have a couple rain showers through the northeast. we have this upper level low that is sending in cooler temperatures. but where there's a dip in the jet stream, there's a ridge in t the jet stream, too. temperatures in north dakota about 15 degrees above normal. that is going to try spread east ward into the great lakes. we have some heavy rain across cape cod. it is sunny down in texas with highs today toppi >> good morning. sun out this morning. cool temperatures but dry conditions. we'll probably pop a few scattered clouds this afternoon. somebody might catch a sprinkle. otherwise a nice day with highs >> and that's a check on weather. >> all right, dylan, thank you very much. >>> the pressure to perform well in school seems to be h
, they're owned by jaim miswho's the father and his sons, dylan, roan and tyler. i wanted to walk you through the negotiated lease agreement with wood house. the term is for ten years with two five year options to extend, permitted use is for the operation of a restaurant at the site. the negotiated minimum annual guarantee is 110 thousand dollars and that would increase with cpi on an annual basis, the rent would be paid as the minimum annual or 10% which is 10% of gross revenues underand over10 million dollars, we're requires a 20 thousand dollar security deposit and we are proposing to issue a rent credit in the amount of 160 thousand dollars to wood house and this will help offset the proposed 260 thousand in capital improvements, i would like to take this moment to talk about a couple of issues that came up at the last meeting and that was the with the east/west designation of the marina plan, i wanted to present to you a map and this map is also in your packets, we've received a letter from the director of the department of real estate would confirms that the marina degaussing s
is to voice visionary ideas and voices. already on his list, "the unraveled tales" of bob dylan. and an unpublished tale by woody guthrie. >>> we carved the pumpkin at my house. they don't look like these. the presidential candidates made the list. there's darth vader. there he is. there's our president. and we've got -- >> there's mitt. >> mitt romney. who else do you have there? the pumpkin lisa. >> somebody carved that. >> and that's ron burgundy. i love it. stay classy. and finally, there's psy. making an appearance. he, by the way, is expected to be one of the biggest costumes this halloween. >> i'll bet george stephanopoulos is wearing that. >> dream on. >>> time, now, for the weather and sam champion. what do you have going on, sam? >> let me tell you -- taking over times square, in front of the disney store. we're unveiling disney -- for a limited time. have the limited time singers. and to prove the point, for the next -- all week, 52 weeks of 2013, there's going to be something special at all parks. let's look at the ice carriage we have. this is all carved out of ice.
and dylan and everybody else. why do you think so much of that music continues to live on? not all music does. this continues to live on with young people as well. >> you could say we made music that meant the same thing to generations in the future. how could we know when we were 16 making songs and wondering whether our music would become a sound track to people's lives? it's extraordinary. my read on it is i've written so many songs about human conditions and situations and those situations, they never change over the years. we're going through the same thing now, every generation, young people grow up and grow up into their own way of looking at life, and the songs of donovan and the beatles, and dylan, continue to reflect that. i think that's what it is. >> i want to ask you about something that is near and dear to your heart, transcendental medication, finding that peace within, and also peace on the outside. >> i come from a generation who came up with folk music and rock music and the songs of peace and brotherhood. a utopiaen idea. you can sing about it, march in the streets, pr
to the latest on hurricane sandy and for that, we've got it all covered here. nbc meteorologist dylan dreyer with the forecast and white house correspondent mike viquiera standing by with the latest on the president who just got a briefing at fema headquarters. and nbc's thanh truong is on the beach in rehoboth, did he dext let's start with dylan dreyer with the latest advisory from the national hurricane center. what can you tell us? >> we do still have to deal with a category 1 hurricane at this time. so winds are strong and there's a lot of rain. and this is still a huge storm. but look at how far away it is. it is still about 300 miles east of the carolinas. more than 500 miles to the southeast of new york city. so this storm is still impacting the east coast. and it's so far away. so imagine what's going to happen as it moves closer to shore. we have coastal flood warnings from new england down into the eastern shores of virginia. that's because we are looking at a storm surge up to around four to seven feet. if not higher. that's the type of storm we're dealing with as it moves onshore
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meteorologist dylan dwyer is here with the forecast. >> fall foliage hitting its peak across much of the country. the weather this weekend should cooperate. things are looking mostly quiet. we do have some rain showers up across the northeast, especially the new england area, but those showers across cape cod should be exiting as we go through most of the morning. it looks like we will see improving conditions, actually pretty mild day across the northeast. we also have some scattered showers through the great lakes region. that upper level low is going to bring off and on showers, a mix of sun and clouds, through areas like flint, michigan, into the detroit area, also across portions along the shores of lake erie. we are going to see some scattered showers, as well. nothing too heavy. but still nuisance showers for your saturday. temperaturewise, we are looking for a chilly start to the day, minneapolis. the temperature should warm up nicely. in fact, we're looking at highs about 10 to 15 degrees above average through areas like kansas city, minneapolis is a little cooler for today, then we'll
carolina coast. let's check in with nbc meteorologist dylan drier who is tracking the storm's whereabouts right now. what can you tell us? >> this is still a category 1 hurricane. it has winds right now up to about 75 miles per hour. it's all about the direction. right now it's moving to the northeast, but it is still going to take that turn to the northwest. he look how huge this storm is. clouds extend from florida up to new jersey already. we have wind gusts up to 28 miles per hour now in virginia beach. north carolina 36 mile-an-hour gusts. the lighter rain starting to move onshore. it's moderate at times. the heaviest of the rain is still offshore. this storm is do for example to take that northwest turn because of that area of high pressure it is blocking this storm from going anywhere but to the north and west. somewhere between delaware or new jersey we will see this storm make landfall. that doesn't make a difference because the storm is so huge and has such strong winds with it, that no matter where it makes landfall, we will end up with about four to eight inches of rainfall, h
the team at the weather channel is warning of water levels rising suddenly and rapidly. dylan dryer is here with these concerns and why experts are sounding the alarm. >> they're sounding the alarm because you have this storm out over the water, and the storm if it was sitting still would have this rotation. we have those strong, gusty, northeast winds. on top of that the storm has picked up in forward speed, so it's pushing all the water towards the shore. not only is it spinning and has its own wind gusts up near 70, 80, 90 miles per hour, but now it's racing towards the coastline at 28 miles per hour. so all of that water is getting pushed onshore. that's why we are going to see rises in those water levels right along the coast, especially around new jersey and into the new york city area. we have high tides to worry about, and those are an issue into tonight. that's when the height of the storm is going to move in. zooming in closer here, new jersey, new york, rhode island, we see the high tides around 8:00 to 8:30 this evening. southern long island 9:30 to 11:00 tonight. we're looking
in certain places. the impact being felt into the midwest and nbc's dylan dryer has more. >> it's huge. we talked about flooding upnorth in new hampshire and 30 inches of snow back through portions of west virginia and this storm is massive and producing several inches of snowfall through southern ohio and west virginia. davis, west virginia, right now has about 26 inches of snow on the ground. it's a town full of elderly residents and they are mostly without power. there are major concerns as the roads are filling up with inches of snow because the snow is coming down at rates of about one to two inches per hour. rainfall has been an issue back through baltimore and will continue to be an inland problem. new york city hasn't picked up that much rainfall, about half an inch of rain and it's still coming out of a southerly direction that's still pushing water offshore and we have a high tide coming up at 12:30 this afternoon. that's going to be an issue for the south coast of connecticut and even into portions of long island where we will still have to deal with some of those flooding conce
the blizzard conditions in parts of west virginia. nbc meteorologist dylan dreyer is back with us strtracking it . >> the same storm is bringing snowfall to west virginia, and the wind gusts just to the south coast beaches of lake erie and portions through the great lakes region, we are certainly dealing with wind gusts still on the order of 30 to 40 miles per hour. the waves have been churned out. i'm getting tons of pictures sent in from lake erie especially. it's looking more like an ocean rather than just a great lake. this is a huge storm. we're also talking about those blizzard conditions back across west virginia. winds are now starting to ease a little bit, and the snow we saw across southern ohio is starting to transition back over into some rain. so it is back over to just the mountainous regions of west virginia where we have already picked up nearly 30 inches of snowfall. davis, west virginia is one of those spots that is a jackpot region for snowfall. it's a town full of elderly residents and most of that town is without power right now. another 3 to 6 inches is still possible as
of it is in new york, new jersey, and pennsylvania. i want to bring in dylan drier. thank you for joining us. run through sort of a brief outline of what's going on. give us a sense of the depth and the duration of what we're facing here, the cleanup and face this catastrophe. >> chris, unfortunately, the duration is going to be the big story because the storm is not over yet. even though conditions are getting better i'd say just because the winds are calming a little bit and the rain is letting up, the storm is sill producing tons of know back through west virginia. it's producing tons of rain back across portions of pennsylvania into new york state, so now we're going to start getting into more of a river flooding situation. so it's transitioning from a coastal problem into an inland issue, and even out through the great lakes we're seeing winds now gusting up still near 30 to 40 miles per hour. we're seeing record wave heights on the great lakes region and it's producing delays at chicago. it's producing delays in cleveland airport. so we are going to see this whole storm system linger over t
are covering the meeting today. mark bunch and bill dylan. madam secretary. >> did you want me to read the first item? >> roll call. >> roll call. we haven't had one. supervisor campos? >> present. >> supervisor olague? >> here. >> thank you. supervisor chu? >> he's in route. >> [speaker not understood]? >> here. >> [speaker not understood]? >> and commissioner mendosa. >> here. >> thank you very much. madam secretary, if you can please call item number 1. >> thank you, supervisor. it's item 120 3 93, hearing on the student drop out rates as introduced by supervisor cohen. >> this is an item that has been introduced by supervisor cohen. before i turn it over to supervisor cohen, i want to thank her for being here. i just wanted to sort of just make a quick note about these items, number of issues that we'll be discussing. you know, my experience having been on the other end at some point having been an employee of the san francisco unified school district, my hope and my intent as we tackle some very difficult issues which impact all of us is that we do so in the spirit of how do we wo
mobile, alabama in 1955. so, i went to james dylan. i went to balboa. i went to san francisco state, and sometimes i went to city college. and i didn't too bad. but in the '80s i worked on 3rd street and in the summer you have young people come in to work. and i had a difficult time trying to get them to do the things that i asked. and, so, i kept trying to figure out, what is wrong here? so, i decided that i would ask each child to write an essay as to why you want to be here. and what i found was that some of them would write an entire page, it would not have one punctuation mark in it. some of them could not spell, could not construct sentences. so, supervisor cohen, you ask how long. that was in the '80s. so, what we have today is children who are the children of the children from that time. so, this thing has continued. somebody mentioned the prison pipeline today. that is very real and it is very scary. and we jail a lot of young black men in san francisco. $50,000 a year it costs to keep a person in prison, plus the cost to the family economically. transportation to visit, th
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